All the wellness trends of 2018 that you should know about and try yourself

Making the world and our lives better, here is a rundown of the wellness trends that took 2018 by a storm!
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In 2018, the definition of wellness slowly shifted. It became more intense. More like healing and looking after not only one self but the entire community as well. From taking supplements to improve health to following diets that made you healthier and even picking out new variants of tea, it came down to one thing - creating a better space and lifestyle to live in. 

These practices have made it simpler for us to live and the world a more sustainable place. Some of the biggest wellness trends in 2018 were:

Blue Tea

It has been incredibly popular in Thailand and Vietnam before it became popular all over the world. It is also popularly known as Oolong tea or black dragon tea. Blue tea is the perfect detox drink as it is extremely rich in antioxidants. It is also said to be great for the skin as it helps in fighting ageing, premature wrinkles, fine lines and more. A warm cup of this variation of tea is perfect to bust that stress and reduce anxiety. 

At home workouts

Workout sessions are available just one click away on YouTube. This has bee such a healthy wellness trend because it made everybody capable of working out and remaining fit. It is also preferred by most people as there is another level of comfort at home and you can personalise your workout schedule. This way, you can be part of the class while staying at home!

Intermittent diet

This is not a diet in the conventional sense. This form of diet is more of an eating pattern since it doesn't really specify which foods you can eat. It is more about when you should eat food. There are variations of this fast you can practice. It starts with 16 hours and can go upto 24 hours, depending on your capacity, twice every week. 

Zero waste

This philosophy has been there for a while, but it took time for execution to take place. The idea is to reuse all the waste that is produced from homes, factories, industries and more. While it will still take time for better implementation, more and more people have started to make an effort to reuse all the waste. For example, Stella McCartney, a designer who owns her own label, has set up a foundation to reduce the waste produced by the fashion industry. 


The world has become more aware after the whole debate of climate change. While there are some people who don't believe in it, those who do are trying to do their part in making the world a better place. Air plants or succulents, as we know them, made it big this year. They are low maintainance and do their job of providing oxygen and healthy air. Another benefit is that they look super cute at home! 

What are your thoughts on these trends? Tell us in the comments section below. 

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